Poems by Tulsi Shrestha 

Poems by Tulsi Shrestha 



I traced my own name
Above the surface 
Of musical echoes
Of your heart beats.

I lighted a candle
Of my sweet love
Inside the temple
Of your heart.

I really intended to kiss
The luminous sun beams
That reflected from
Your glorious and
Elegant beauty.

Your long blonde hair
Cascaded below
Your splendid thigh
Weaved along
With wind
In honour
Of me.

Rhythms of my poem
Spring from
Your beauty.

Rhymes of my voice
Emerge from
Your speech.

Eternal is a word
My heart spells
For your love.

A new language
I need to create
For your clarity.

When you approach me
With a sweet smile
Forest catches fire.

I captivate golden dawn
To present you
As a precious gift.

Contents of my poem is you
Hence your essence is due
As an eternal guest.

Let me wrap your beauty
To enclose inside thirst
Of my eyes.

The Persuit Of Pleasure 

The pleasure related with flow of
Fluids and tears involve
Release of energy
That slows down the level of 
Your stress, pain and grief.
The illogical and misguided desires,
Emotional state of mind and
Animal instincts stored in
Your subconscious mind
Explode breaking boundary of dam.
No matter you may regret latter
You get victory over fear
For a course of time.
Whatever you do,
Is for your own pleasure
No matter it is related with sensual joy
Or material gain of profit and loss and
Academic performance.
Not to let your irrational expectations
Betray over your conscience
You satisfy them through dream.
Might feel guilty, still no punishment.
Snowfalls in night, is its instance.
When a person keeps fasting
For a couple of days ,no doubt
He dreams enjoying delicious food.

Composed by Tulsi Shrestha 
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